Woman cuffed for allegedly attack 96-year-old in Coney

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Woman Down!

Cops cuffed a woman for allegedly attacking a 96-year-old woman inside of a Surf Ave. apartment on July 29.

The victim told police that the woman hurled her onto her back, before dragging her into the bedroom between Shell Road and W. Fifth Street at 12:30 a.m., police said.

The victim suffered head and back injuries as a result of the attack, cops said.

Bug Off!

Cops arrested a woman for allegedly dousing her fiance in chemicals at a Bayview Avenue home on Aug. 13.

The victim told police that she was arguing with her groom to be inside their apartment near Bayview Ave. and W. 33rd Street at 5:16 p.m., when she poured soap on his head, that got into his eyes, cops said.

The man had just cleaned his eyes out when the woman spritzed him with Off bug spray, blinding him a second time, police said.


Cops are searching for the louse who dumped bleach on a woman at her W. 24th Street apartment on Aug. 13.

The victim told police the punk was banging on her door between Mermaid and Surf Avenues at 9:17 p.m., and that he splashed her with bleach when she opened the door, causing irritation and ruining her clothes, cops said.


Cops cuffed a man for allegedly stabbing a guy in the leg on Brighton Sixth Street on Aug. 13.

The victim told police he was walking to his car between Neptune and Ocean View avenues at 4 a.m., when the victim attacked him with the blade, cops said.

— Chandler Kidd

Posted 12:00 am, August 21, 2019
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